Monthly Archives: March 2016
Easter is Over, What Happens to the Baby Chick in the Basket?
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Easter is over, and what once fit in your child’s Easter basket will soon be the size of the basket itself. Everything grows up, just look at your children, younger siblings, nieces and … Continue reading
30 Ways to Use Nuts
By Angela C. Torrence, RDH and nutritionist Some people have a negative opinion of nuts due to their higher fat content but the truth of it is, nuts provide a great source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, plant proteins, and … Continue reading
Different Ways to Dye Eggs!
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Every year around Easter eggs begin to fly off the shelves. After the eggs get home, they get hard-boiled, and then dyed many different colors, and many different patterns! Most of us have … Continue reading
Homemade Baby Food: What You Need to Know
By Michael Russell, Arizona State University Nutrition Communications Student In May, my wife and I will be introducing our first child, Harrison, into the world. We are extremely excited and thrilled to meet him. One of the first things we … Continue reading
Celebrate with Celery!
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern The month of March is not only sauce month as discussed in a previous blog, but also celery month! Celery is a low-calorie vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked, and is … Continue reading